The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) exists to further mathematical research through broadly based programs in the mathematical sciences and closely related activities. This library of open educational resources features over 400 video lectures on math topics. These university level course are available for free download. Click for more information on MSRI. Topics: Moving Images, math class, math classes, math, university
MEDIA X @ STANFORD UNIVERSITY INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATIONS ADVANCING TECHNOLOGY Media X, Stanford University's campus-wide research network for the innovative design and study of Information technologies of the future, coordinates the development and implementation of collaborative partnerships with industry, foundations, and governments in Stanford's laboratories and classrooms. Media X influences the next generation of Information technologies relevant to commerce, media, learning,... Topics: Media X, Stanford University
Effective August 2009: The collection previously found at the collection page www.archive.org/details/ucpublicaffairslectures will now be found at www.archive.org/details/uchannel to reflect the organization's name change. Please change any bookmarks to this collections page. This video library features public affairs lectures, panels, and events from leading academic institutions all over the world. Topics include international affairs, the war on terror, media, and government, among many... Topics: UChannel, ucpublicaffairslectures
Effective August 2009: The collection previously found at the collection page www.archive.org/details/ucpublicaffairslectures will now be found at www.archive.org/details/uchannel to reflect the organization's name change. Please change any bookmarks to the UChannel collections page. This video library features public affairs lectures, panels, and events from leading academic institutions all over the world. Topics include international affairs, the war on terror, media, and government, among...
This library of open educational resources features 187 courses from 14 universities in China. The lectures and resources are presented in Mandarin, though a few include English. Subjects covered are business, Chinese culture, communications, computer Science, engineering, humanities, law, mathematics, and medicine. These university level materials are available for free download. Participating universities include: City University of Hong Kong, Huazhong University of Science and Technology,... Topics: chinese, lecture, class, course
To supplement the traditional curriculum, the university held a colloquium series, inviting luminaries from across the field of computer science. Financiers, activists, and researchers at the cutting edge of new technologies shared their work, giving students "real world" perspectives on computer science. The colloquia ran from September 2000 to June 2001. 12 lectures and footage from the ArsDigita University graduation ceremony. Topics: arsdigita, computer science, guest lectures
A collection of lectures on differential equations from MIT's Opencourseware series. This collection includes all thirty-three classes from Differential Equations 18.03, as offered at MIT during the spring of 2003. The course is taught by Professor of Mathematics Arthur Mattuck. The videos of these lectures all require Real Player, but are available in different sizes. If you would like to download or view the lectures as Mpeg's, please click here.
The Public Library of Science (PLoS) is a non-profit advocacy and publishing organization. They publish a growing collection of Open Access scientific and medical journals whose complete contents are freely available online. Their long-term goals are to create an online "public library of science" containing every scientific and medical paper ever published and to develop the information technologies needed to maximize the value of this resource. This collection features videos...
The thirty-nine lessons in this course in Physics cover such topics as Newtons Laws of Motion, Conservation of Energy, Mass, Impulse & Momentum, Rotational Kinematics, Harmonic Motion, Oscillations, Law of Gravity, Coulombs Law, Electric Fields & Potential, Dielectrics, DC Circuits, Coulombs Law, Forces & Fields, and Maxwells Equations.
Environmental Sciences is an interdisiplinary field involving the study of our world, our culture, and the relationship of humans and the planet. It includes topics such as the Biosphere, Plate Tectonics, Global Warming, Conventional and Alternative Energy, Environmental Ethics, and many more. They may be taken together as a complete course, giving students a broad undestanding of the planet and our relationship to it, or lessons may be explored individually to learn about specific topics in...
This course explores the principals, philosophies, practices, and institutions that comprise the United States system of government. Lessons explore the founding of the United States, the motiviaton and goals of political documents such as the BIll of Rights and Constitution, as well as historical debates and issues that have had substantial US politics. This course makes extensive use of historical examples to explore these topics.
This course has been MIT's introductory pre-professional computer science subject since 1981. It emphasizes the role of computer languages as vehicles for expressing knowledge and it presents basic principles of abstraction and modularity, together with essential techniques for designing and implementing computer languages. Video Lectures by Hal Abelson and Gerald Jay Sussman. For more informaton click here.
This course presents a complete set of lessons meant to help students for the College Board's Advanced Placement United States History test. It provides a rich set of interatcive media and multimedia presentations that explore the history of North America from pre-colonial times, though the forming of the United States, and the two hundred years since.
This calculus course covers functions and graphs; limits and continuity; derivatives; applications of derivatives; antiderivatives & definite integrals; applications of integrals; and sequences, series, and polynomial approximations.
MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW), available at http://ocw.mit.edu, makes the course materials used in the teaching of all MIT undergraduate and graduate subjects available on the Web, free of charge, to any user in the world. Educators utilize the materials for curriculum development, while students and self-learners around the globe use them for self-study or supplementary use. With more than 2,000 courses now available, OCW is delivering on the promise of open sharing of knowledge.